Comet McNaught – a stunning new comet

A beautiful green diamond has entered out Solar System. A new comet from far out in space is now streaking through the sky and will pass by our Sun getting as close as half the distance between Earth and the Sun before it carries on back out of our Solar System. The ancients always saw comets as very important symbols, so what has our beautiful new visitor come to say… Comet McNaught passes through the constellations of Andromeda, Perseus and Auriga which aren’t on the Ecliptic, but if the Tropical zodiac is extended towards the celestial pole (like a Terry’s orange segment) then these constellations and stars are in the Zodiac sign of Gemini. The Comet conjuncted the star Mirfak on the 13th June, a star which Brady interprets as meaning “Indicative of events effecting large numbers of people, especially those caused by major meteorological phenomena. Bold, adventurous, somewhat dishonest” but never-the-less somewhat fortunate. The Comet then conjuncted the star Capella on the 21st June, whose meaning according to Brady is “Inquisitiveness, open mindedness, powerful friends” and is again fortunate. On July 2nd the comet was the closest it gets to the Sun, at half the distance between the Sun and Earth, and it never gets closer to Earth than 94 million miles away. It was discovered on September 9th 2009 by Robert McNaught, an Australian who watches out for these things on behalf of NASA. (Comets are always named after their discoverer.)

According to “The comet’s green atmosphere is larger than the planet Jupiter, while the long willowy ion tail stretches more than a million kilometres through space” Because Comets come from deep space, they come from outside of the known Collective consciousness. They come from a place deep within the Universal Unconscious. They signify messages from the reality-behind-our-perceived-reality. Like a message from the Divine. And they herald an absolutely new event. A significant change in the old order which will impact on the fabric of our being. In ancient times they portended the birth of kings or the arrival of new influences from afar, such as an invading army, whether peaceful or not. You can view the comet through binoculars very low in the sky, around 02.30 local time, in the north east around the constellation of Andromeda. More images and basis of this report can be found on (Source:


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